Brazilian Coffee Cocktail - A Tasty Cachaça Coffee Cocktail

Brazilian Coffee Cocktail – A Tasty Cachaça Coffee Cocktail

Last updated on October 26th, 2023 at 20:11

If you want to make an amazing Brazilian coffee cocktail with all the flavors and traditions of Brazil, start by making a cafezinho! I’ll show you how to make it and the cocktail in this article.

Keep reading for the details!

Brazilian Coffee Cocktail – Cachaça Coffee Cocktail

It’s not exactly a secret that Brazilians love to party, love coffee and love cocktails. What is a secret is they have some great coffee cocktails that contain the national alcoholic beverage, Cachaça.

This cocktail is sweet, creamy and absolutely delicious. If you want to make this Brazilian coffee cocktail with a greater samba style Brazilian feel, make the coffee part an authentic traditional Brazilian cafezinho.

Brazilian Coffee Cocktail
Brazilian Coffee Cocktail

Read: How to make Brazilian cafezinho

Cachaça Coffee Cocktail Ingredients

At Latte Love Brew we recommend that you follow the barista principle of using the best ingredient to get the best results and best tasting Brazilian coffee cocktail with this Cachaça coffee cocktail.

  • Brazilian Coffee: Use the best coffee that you can find. I suggest that you use Brazilian Peaberry by Volcanica. It’s a fantastic coffee with many coffee lovers and experts considering it as the best Brazilian coffee. You will need to make 60 ml (2 Oz) of Cafezinho, which is better than espresso for an authentic Brazilian coffee cocktail.
  • Sweetened Condensed Milk: This is what gives your cachaça coffee cocktail the creamy sweet taste. 60 ml (2 Oz) is needed.
  • Kahlua Coffee liqueur: This is used to enhance the coffee flavor of your cachaça coffee cocktail. 60 ml (2 Oz) is needed.
  • Cachaça: You can make a Cachaça coffee cocktail without Cachaça. It’s a great Brazilian liquor made from distilled sugarcane juice. 60 ml (2 Oz) is needed.
  • Ice Cubes: This coffee cocktail is best served chilled.

How To Make Brazilian Coffee Cocktail

Add all your ingredients to a cocktail shaker with ice and shake well for 15 to 20 seconds.

Pour into a tall glass and enjoy.

Traditional Brazilian Coffee – Cafezinho

Making a traditional Brazilian coffee for this coffee cocktail is very easy. The coffee brewed is a Brazilian cafezinho.

What you will need.

  • 2 Oz (60 ml) of filtered or bottled water per cocktail made.
  • 7.5 grams (¼ Oz) per cocktail made.
  • 1 teaspoon of rapadura per cocktail made.

The best Brazilian coffee beans to use are Brazilian peaberry by Volcanica. Grind to a fine espresso-like grind size.

Add your water to a small saucepan and add your rapadura. Heat your water using a medium-high heat and stir well to ensure the rapadura is fully dissolved. Bring your water to a boiling point and take it off the boil and let it cool for 20 to 30 seconds.

The cooling allows your water to lower to 97C (205C), the uppermost temperature for brewing coffee. Add your coffee grounds and stir gently for a minute. Let your coffee brew for 4 minutes and when it is ready, pour it slowly through a flannel coffee sock filter and into a carafe. Let it drip into your carafe.

When ready, use your cafezinho coffee for making your Brazilian coffee cocktail.

Frequently Asked Questions About Brazilian Coffee Cocktail

What Is The Most Famous Brazilian Drink?

The most famous Brazilian drink is the Caipirinha. It is always on the cocktail list in bars all over Brazil and South America and quality bars in Europe and Asia.

What Is The Famous Brazilian Coffee Drink?

The most famous coffee drink in Brazil is a Cafezinho. It’s a strong and small filtered coffee that is sweet and served in a 4 oz (120 ml) cup.

What Are Some Traditional Brazilian Drinks?

Here is a short list of some traditional Brazilian drinks.

  • Alua: A drink made with sugar, rice and maize.
  • Cachaça: A spirit made from sugarcane juice.
  • Cajuina: A drink made from blended cashew apples.
  • Caipirinha: A famous Brazilian cocktail made from lime juice and Cachaça.
  • Caju Amigo: Made with cashew juice and Cachaça.

Read: Nespresso Cafezinho

What Is The Brazilian Gentleman Drink?

Brazilian Gentleman is a well known and popular cocktail in Brazil. It is made with tawny port, Knob Creek Rye Bourbon, Amargo Chuncho bitters, passion fruit and honey. The ingredients are blended together and then served.

What Is The Green Brazil Drink?

The green Brazilian beverage is a type of Yerba maté known as cimarrón or chimarrão. It is a herbal caffeinated beverage.

What Is The Brazilian Drink With Caffeine?

Other than coffee, the Yerba maté drink Chimarrão is caffeinated and enjoyed in the Southern Regions of the Latin American country.

Read: Cafezinho

What Is A Brazilian Latte?

Café com Leite is a Brazilian latte, and is often a Cafezinho with milk. It’s easy to make and enjoy. In Brazil, coffee with milk is seen as a child’s drink or immature if you have coffee with milk.

What Is Brazil Famous Soft Drink?

Guaraná is a Brazilian soft drink that is caffeinated and very popular due to the flavor and is the second most popular soft drink behind Coca-Cola.

Final Thoughts – Brazilian Coffee Cocktail

This Brazilian coffee cocktail is tasty, delicious, creamy and will have you wanting to make a little more, but watch your alcohol intake and stay healthy!

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Derek Marshall, a certified barista by the Specialty Coffee Association possesses over two decades of experience in specialty coffee shops. He holds professional certifications for coffee brewing and barista skills. Derek is also an author with authoritative books covering various coffee topics including specialty coffee, sustainability and coffee, coffee brewing, coffee recipes, coffee cocktails and books focusing on Brazilian coffee, Vietnamese coffee, Indonesian coffee and Malaysian coffee. As a barista for over two decades, Derek Marshall has worked in specialty coffee shops across the United Kingdom, Spain, Thailand, Malaysia, Cambodia, Indonesia, and Vietnam. His expertise extends to the distinct coffee cultures, specialty beverages, and brewing techniques of each nation. Functioning as a coffee consultant, Derek charges US$50 per hour. To learn more about Derek Marshall and Latte Love Brew, visit his About Me Page. For coffee inquiries, contact him at +34-639-410-375 or, mentioning your name and location

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